FreeWire Technologies is committed to providing the most reliable battery-supported electric vehicle chargers and our Level 2 Mobi Chargers have been upgraded for more superior performance.
FreeWire Technologies today announced that Gary Moskovitz has been elected to FreeWire’s Board of Directors. Gary, currently President and CEO of Anomera Inc., an advanced materials sciences company, was previously President, COO and a member of the Board of Directors of Multiquip Inc., one of the largest and most diverse equipment manufacturers, supplying to the construction, telecommunications, entertainment, and industrial markets.
The San Leandro Chambers of Commerce honors FreeWire Technologies as the 2016 Innovator of the Year. The recognition was given to the company and fellow business leaders in the local area during an awards ceremony last week. These companies have paved to way to develop a thriving economy and technology hub in San Leandro, CA...
FreeWire Technologies announced today that Darin McDonald has joined the company as Vice President of Manufacturing to further development of the company’s mobile power product line. Darin comes to FreeWire from the SunPower Corporation, where, as Director of Research and Development Operations.
After a successful dedication ceremony last Thursday, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser and Pacific Business News summarizes some key takeaways.
FreeWire Technologies, Energy Excelerator, and Hawaiian Electric Bring Mobile Electric Vehicle Charging to Hawaii
With a Hawaiian blessing and untying of the traditional maile lei, FreeWire Technologies today officially opened for public use two Mobi Chargers, battery-supported DC fast chargers for electric vehicles, at Honolulu's Airport Trade Center.
FreeWire Technologies announced today that Dr. Carolin Funk has joined the company as the VP of Growth. She brings a wealth of expertise of the energy industry as well as energy policy from her time at Siemens and her doctorate research in new energy systems. As VP of Growth, Dr. Funk will hone in on scalability by aligning strategic partnerships and streamlining the production process.
FreeWire Technologies, maker of mobile electric vehicle chargers and mobile power systems, announced today that it has been selected for State Contract 04016, designating the company as an approved vendor for electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) in the State of Washington.
The State of Hawaii, from government representatives to energy service providers to citizens, want to rely as heavily on renewable energy sources as possible. Hawaii has a clear and ambitious goal to reach 100% renewable energy penetration by 2045...
The dedication only increased as we approached the shipment date of the Mobi Chargers for Honolulu, Hawaii. These mobile fast chargers will be hosted at the bustling Airport Trade Center. Per usual, the Mobi Chargers were manufactured in-house...